This video has been produced via Zoom in light of the Coronavirus restrictions
With a new National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) in 2019 and further changes to permitted development this session will pick up on current issues alongside practical advice on promoting development and navigating the planning system.
- What kind of development requires planning permission?
- What are the principles of the new 2019 National Planning Policy Framework?
- How can this new National Policy be used to help facilitate your development?
- What are the new changes to ‘Permitted Development’?
- What further potential changes can we expect to planning?
By the end of the session the delegates will:
- To understand the revised National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF), new changes to permitted development and potential future changes to policy and the planning system
- Appreciate how the new national policy, and presumption in favour of sustainable development, can be used to help facilitate development
- Update on new changes to the ‘Permitted Development’ regime
- Insight into potential future changes to policy and the planning system
Ian Anderson is a Senior Director of Planning at Lichfields, the pre-eminent independent planning consultancy in the UK. Before Lichfields, Ian was Head of Planning at both CBRE and Cushman and Wakefield.
He provides strategic and extensive pre-application advice, manages complex planning applications and undertakes high level political engagement and expert witness evidence giving at Public Inquiries and Examinations In Public.
Ian has been an advisor to the Planning Inspectorate and Government Chief Planner, has been a key witness at Common’s Select Committees on Planning and has been to No.10 on two occasions to brief on planning matters. He is a past Associate Tutor at the University College of Estate Management and writes and speaks frequently in the press and media on planning related matters, including interviews with the BBC, Bloomberg news and Radio 4.